06 Dec Care Home owners may petition their relatives under EB3
Many people are asking me if they can petition their relatives as caregivers. The answer is yes. It should be one of your option in uniting family. Relatives are more reliable as workers because of their loyalty to the owner. Aside from helping them to come to the U.S. you have made your business stronger because they can help you outside the box. Your relatives include your children, grandchildren, siblings, uncle, aunt, cousins, niece, nephew.
Aside from the position of caregiver, you may be able to petition them as skilled worker in the Care Home like administrator or supervisor. The EB3 (Employment Based 3rd Preference) include skilled and other workers. Caregivers are classified as other workers.
Petitioning caregivers is a long and complex process that you should be aware of. You need to know this to save time and money. This is a very challenging time for those Care Home Facility owners because of the shortage of Caregivers. Many caregivers can be petitioned by the facility owners whether they are coming from the Philippines or already in the United States. Our Law Firm can handle the process from start to finish. As of this writing the priority for caregivers is May 1, 2020. However, if you are inside the US you can file an adjustment of status based on approved I-140 petition if your priority date is May 1, 2020.
Note: This is not legal advice and presented for educational purposes only. Our office successfully obtained a green card for caregivers.
- PETITION FOR CAREGIVERS
Our Law Firm entered into agreement with Care Home Facilities in the U.S. to process applicants for Caregivers in the US
You may qualify if you six months experience as Caregivers
Applicants Inside the United States or in the Philippines or other countries may qualify.
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